I am facing cutoffs randomly when negotiating calls.
The PBX dials the destination, the provider (softswitch) receives the request ** and sudenly the PBX hangs up the call* * while the provider is still dialing it, as a consequence the remote peer receives a ghost call. Along the atempt I could see six times a messages regarding NAT isuues **
I hope anyone can give me an idea to solve this issue. Softswitch is using an implementation of RFC 3264 and the PBX being used is Elastix 2.3 with Asterisk 188.8.131.52
Thanks in advance
Elder D. Arohuanca Lima - Peru
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First I am new to PBX so i might be doing something fundamentally wrong... That being said I got a FreePBX 32bit stable 6.12.65.
I am having some issue with the NAT and sound, both phones are ringing but there is sound, I had some talk on IRC:
<[TK]D-Fender> Note for elfranne's situation, : nat=force_rport,comedia" should have returned the public IP the call arrived on, but it is not. Can anyone comment on why it wouldn't have pulled it?
A call sample 202 calling 203 (ignore 403): http://pastebin.com/sPB6FJEu
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